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This PDF document is a comprehensive unit of study for elementary-intermediate age music students in grades 4th-8th. Students will be taken on a musical journey through time as they dive deep into the history of African-American music beginning with slavery and the civil war and ending with the Jaz
The Civil War was one of the first wars where photography played an important role in public opinion. Music, as always, also played an influential part in communicating messages.A short video explaining how pictures were taken during the war is also provided.Next, students view Civil War pictures.
This contains lyrics to popular Civil War music and links to where that music can be found online. This can be used to lead a discussion about the meaning and feelings behind the songs and the mindset of the society at the time in the North and South.
Click here to subscribe to our music video channel! Be sure to check out this cool song on the American Civil War. Use it to activate your kids' brains for learning about that incredible turning point in American history. You and your students will get a catchy rock music video with lots of import
Here are the lyrics of 6 popular songs of the Civil War era. Each song,which can be read or sung along to via youtube links provided,gives a clear perspective about feelings from both the Union and Confederate sides. A powerful way to connect to the passion felt on both sides during the war.Songs in
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Students use the internet to listen to specific songs from the Civil War ear and answer questions.
Most of us that teach US History have a genuine passion for the subject. Yet we sometimes get caught up in teaching about dynamic people, landmark events and laws, and important dates. At times this can be boring and less than stimulating to our students. Good teachers are constantly looking for
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10th - 12th
These Google Slides are an easy and convenient way to teach your students either in the classroom or through Distance Learning. Filled with images and embedded videos, your visual learners will thank you. With easy to understand text with underlined main points and vocabulary, your ELL and ESE stude
Most of us that teach US History have a genuine passion for the subject. Yet we sometimes get caught up in teaching about dynamic people, landmark events and laws, and important dates. At times this can be boring and less than stimulating to our students. Good teachers are constantly looking for
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Grades:
10th - 12th
Most of us that teach US History have a genuine passion for the subject. Yet we sometimes get caught up in teaching about dynamic people, landmark events and laws, and important dates. At times this can be boring and less than stimulating to our students. Good teachers are constantly looking for
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Grades:
10th - 12th
Most of us that teach US History have a genuine passion for the subject. Yet we sometimes get caught up in teaching about dynamic people, landmark events and laws, and important dates. At times this can be boring and less than stimulating to our students. Good teachers are constantly looking for
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10th - 12th
Click here to subscribe to our music video channel! What started the Civil War? When did it happen? Who were leaders during that time? These questions and more are answered in this song about the Civil War. Rock Your History! For only $2.00 more, be sure to check out the American Civil War Vi
A simple lesson on some popular Civil War songs that allows students to read the lyrics of some popular Civil War songs, and analyze what the message was. All songs are easily accessible through you tube for class room playback.
I always want to discuss all of the fabulous music of the 1960s era, however, I often find myself running out of time as I struggle to include all of the amazing content also. As my students wanted to hear this music as much as me, I decided that it would be fun to create a bracket for them to vote
*HOUR FOUR = Help student understand the Capitol attack with history. This covers the coup d'etat in American history as well as the foundation of the KKK and the Charlottesville attack. It is eerily like watching the news in 2021 after the Capitol Attack.**Help students understand the foundation of
Turn your classroom into Woodstock (minus the drugs)! This is the type of activity that students talk about and always remember! The only downside to this activity is that students love it so much that it is hard to go back to a normal lesson the next day! I look forward to this one every year.Incl
Bring the late 60's to life! This capture sheet and the accompanying notes/pictures/links/videos/quotes serve to guide students through events that shook America in 1968: Vietnam lies and massacres, assassinations of RFK and MLK, race riots, LBJ resigning, and Richard Nixon's campaign. The events ar
Students analyze a series of images and texts as they explore the protests against the Vietnam War. Cover multiple topics with this one engaging activity: draft resistance, African American protests to the war, anti-war music, and more!As they go, students will answer 2-3 questions for each station-
The eighth unit of "The Spirit of Texas" Texas History curriculum introduces students to Statehood and the Civil War. Topics include: Texas Joins the U.S., A New State and Citizens, the Mexican-American War, the Texas Rangers, Trouble Brewing Between the North and the South, Civil War, Battle for Ga
Inspired by CNN's "Soundtracks of History" mini-series, students will explore how music is a tool to communicate and learn about historical events, movements, and protests. Included in this resource are:An overview of protest music with specific examples from: the Civil Rights Movements, the Vietnam
SEPTEMBER 2014 UPDATE: This PPT file is a recent converted version of a SMART NOTEBOOK VERSION of the same lesson that is already available for purchase in my TpT store. Now you can have it in PPT format if you don't have access to a SMART BOARD. This entertaining and engaging interactive POWER-
:::::DISTANCE LEARNING FRIENDLY! NO PREP!:::::Hyperdoc:Are you looking for a way to make a topic more engaging, technological, and interactive? Well, then this is the product for you! 100% digital, this hyperdoc can be used to introduce or reinforce the study of The Civil War.Components/Skills:Engag
This upbeat song from the "Professor Presley History Rocks" CD describes some of the major events leading up to the Civil War in the U.S. Students love to listen to music in the classroom and this song provides a musical timeline of events including the Missouri Compromise, Nat Turner's Rebellion,
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3rd - 8th
DIGITAL DOWNLOAD: The product you are ordering is a digital download (PDF version) of Social Studies and the Common Core: Lesson 1: Civil War Reconstruction Buy all 5 lessons together and save $5 The technique of "close reading" is used to examine sharecroppers, carpetbaggers, and other issues dur

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